Hi Prot, I just discover your user fontconfig config is not strong
enough to replace some OS (NixOS) fontconfig defaults. I research the
problem and have found this solution. For reference:
In that link, the poster notes:
I don't quite understand the rules for binding myself, but it has
worked for me in troubleshooting priority of alias rules.
As I also don't understand the extent of this change, I need some more
information on what the problem is and what this "strong" binding
By the way, maybe "strong" is a lot. I try with binding="same" and also
I could also change my NixOS default font system-wide. But I prefer to
keep the setting in my user space and let OS manage their default font
(DejaVu in this case).
> From: Juanjo Presa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Fri, 20 May 2022 11:18:20 +0200
> Hi Prot, I just discover your user fontconfig config is not strong
> enough to replace some OS (NixOS) fontconfig defaults.
What exactly is the issue you have encountered? These have worked fine
for me on Debian and now on Arch (probably for more than 3 years).
Maybe Nix does something differently? Or maybe some settings' daemon is